Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field during Monday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Buffalo Bills defender was down for several minutes, and emergency personnel had to perform CPR on him. An ambulance was brought on the field and Hamlin was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

The NFL eventually made the decision to postpone the game and players left the field. Now the only thing that matters is Hamlin’s health.

His representative, Jordon Rooney, provided an update on Monday night after Hamlin arrived at the hospital. Rooney tweeted that Hamlin’s vitals are “back to normal,” and added that Hamlin was put to sleep in order to get a breathing tube down his throat:

While there is likely still a long road to recovery for Hamlin, who is still in critical condition, the news about his vitals is a positive update.

Hopefully there is more good news to report on Hamlin soon.